Heat Daily Links: Tuesday


Wade and Bosh not enough for Heat in 105-95 loss to Celtics: In the moments that mattered, the Boston Celtics trusted the next pass. In their moments that mattered, the Miami Heat found their two leading men trying to do it alone. -- South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Controlled aggression key for Hassan Whiteside this season: He may be the NBA's most aggressive big man. Yet what has made Hassan Whiteside more efficient this season, at least in the view of one teammate, is the controlled aggression. -- South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Deng again out for Heat; Bosh plays through illness: With Kevin Durant and LeBron James to follow, Miami Heat forward Luol Deng will first seek to get back on solid footing, sitting out his third consecutive game Monday night against the Boston Celtics at AmericanAirlines Arena. -- South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Flashback performance by Wade not enough for Heat in loss to Celtics: Dwyane Wade had a couple of offensive outbursts Monday night that reminded us of why they call him Flash. He also had a few other moments he would like to have back. -- The Miami Herald

Heat struggle in "clutch" again in loss to Boston: There were a lot of reasons the Heat lost 105-95 to the Celtics on Monday night. A quiet game from Hassan Whiteside, whose in-the-paint defense was exploited by Boston's stretch-the-floor bigs. -- The Miami Herald

Poor defense, sloppy offense lead to Heat loss to Celtics: This is the point in the season when the Heat, if they truly are a contender as they believe, should be showing consistency. Their recent rockiness continued Monday, however, with an uncharacteristically poor defensive performance and sloppy offense in a 105-95 loss to Boston at AmericanAirlines Arena. -- Palm Beach Post